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Understanding Weapons Crime Charges

The term “weapons charge” covers a lot of alleged criminal activities. Police and courts treat each very seriously, and even just having a knife or gun within reach while allegedly committing a crime can turn a potentially bad situation much worse.

  • 2018-06-08
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Things You Should Know About Reckless Operation in Franklin County

Drivers in central Ohio may not immediately recognize the term “reckless operation.” Getting to know what the alleged traffic violation entails and what the consequences for a conviction can be is important.

  • 2018-05-11
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Factors to Consider When Hiring a Traffic Lawyer in Columbus Ohio

Hiring a Columbus, Ohio traffic attorney to help you contest a ticket or fight a more serious offense like operating a vehicle while intoxicated can spare you from penalties that go well beyond fines and fees. Not just any traffic defense attorney will serve your best interests, however. You need a lawyer who treats your case as a priority and who goes the extra mile to make the strongest arguments that you are innocent or have been overcharged.

  • 2018-05-28
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What Should You Do if You Get Arrested While Driving After Having a Couple Drinks?

You literally had two glasses of wine with dinner. And now you find yourself in police custody. Don’t panic.

Even though you may eventually find yourself charged with operating a vehicle while intoxicated (OVI), you must keep in mind that you can defend yourself against a conviction with the help of a Columbus, Ohio, drunk driving lawyer. Part of the defense may rest on what police officers did and said while questioning you, conducting sobriety tests, and processing you after an official arrest. So pay attention and take mental notes.

  • 2018-04-29
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Goals for a Franklin County, OH Traffic Violation Lawyer

A Franklin County traffic violation lawyer will approach every case with four basic goals. Achieving each results in securing the best outcome for the client.

  • 2018-05-20
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6 of the Most Common Criminal Defense Cases in Ohio

Take any criminal charge seriously. Even if the penalty will amount only to a few hundred dollars in fines and fees for a low-level misdemeanor, the arrest and conviction can remain on your record for the rest of your life. Plus, there is little way to know for sure what the penalties will include until a judge issues the sentence.

  • 2018-04-20
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